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From the Print Edition
Pakistan clamps down on Opposition activists
Protests, rallies banned in two provinces; no leader arrested

Naveen wins trust vote
Congress, BJP MLAs stage walkout

26/11: India set to reply to Pakistan
NEW DELHI: Indian authorities are in the final stages of drafting a response to a 30-point questionnaire prepared by the Pakistani investigators on the murderous Lashkar-e-Taiba attack on Mumbai in November last. Government sources told ...

Teenager kills 15, himself in Germany
WINNENDEN, GERMANY: A 17-year-old gunman dressed in black opened fire inside his former high school in southwestern Germany on Wednesday killing 15 people before he turned the gun on himself, authorities said. The gunman entered the ...

India readies answers to Pakistan’s queries
Move intended to break deadlock in Islamabad’s investigation after worsening political situation in Pakistan

NEWS ANALYSIS
Pakistan’s political frontline mulling options
ISLAMABAD: In Pakistan’s fast-moving political game, the possible outcomes depend on how each of the principal actors assesses the stakes. There are four main actors in the ongoing drama: President Asif Zardari, Pakistan Muslim ...

Third front gets a boost after Mayawati’s decision


U.S. assures India it will proceed with nuclear deal
Washington: The new Obama administration on Wednesday assured India that it will proceed with the landmark India-U.S. nuclear deal, signed during George W. Bush’s tenure, and said the two countries needed to ramp up cooperation in ...

Jaitley to head poll strategy panel
Also to steer propaganda committee

INTERNATIONAL
“Even elders are not spared”
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan military on Wednesday charged the LTTE with forcibly recruiting young boys and girls from temporary shelters for crash course and explosives use and turning them into suicide-bombers as its last line of defence against ...

Manmohan calls on Pratibha
With Mumbai in mind Advani did not celebrate

SAMC condemns journalist killing
NEW DELHI: The South Asia Media Commission (SAMC) has condemned the killing of Afghan journalist Jawed Ahmad in Kandahar, Afghanistan, on Tuesday. In a statement issued on Wednesday, SAMC chairman N. Ram and secretary-general Najam Sethi ...

CRICKET
Sehwag powers India to series win
Gambhir plays second fiddle to perfection in a rain-curtailed game

BUSINESS
Maruti Swift sales touch 1-lakh mark
Hyundai’s premium hatchback i10 may join the fray

NEWSCAPE
Robots smile in classrooms
Japanese robotics scientists find new role for automaton

Communist Manifesto comes home
London: Over 160 years after the Communist Manifesto sparked minds and set off revolutions in different parts of the world, the British Library here has acquired the only complete copy of the first edition of the document. Appearing ...

Riyadh is enveloped in dust
RIYADH: Residents of Saudi Arabia’s capital were on Wednesday cleaning up after a huge sandstorm blanketed the city with a thick layer of yellow dust. Cars and houses remained covered by sand a day after the Tuesday storm forced ...

DIFFERENT STROKES
IPS probationers trained in jungle warfare techniques


Online drive against parole for a killer
CLEVELAND: A heavy-metal band has turned to an online audience to fight the parole of the man who killed one of its guitarists in 1988, the latest use of Internet petitions to attempt to influence parole boards. The Ohio parole board ...

Projects in 3 civic bodies to be delayed
CHENNAI: Implementation of many projects to upgrade basic amenities in three municipalities in north Chennai will be delayed as the local bodies’ budget for 2009-10 could not be presented before the code of conduct for the general ...

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